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Editorial 1033. A new map of the world

The world is changing and we need to react accordingly. Solving climate change. Solving poverty. Solving social tensions and conflicts.  

 
 
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Eating the crust
Mining areas destroy the land but will continue to expand as long as there is money to be made. Text Stephanie Carlisle, Nicholas Pevzner, photo J Henry Fair, Robyn Beck, Romy Arroyo Fernandez, Henning Kaiser
 
 
 
Infrastructure as foreign policy
The Chinese economic expansion plan takes the form of a constellation of relationships going beyond the infrastructures actually built. Text Jason Hilgefort, photo Davide Monteleone
 
 
 
I loft diversity
The Bonpland 2169 building by Adamo-Faiden in Buenos Aires is conceived as a flexible infrastructure that welcomes diversity. Photo Javier Agustín Rojas
 
 
 
The open city
On 18 December 2018, Winy Maas met Richard Sennett for a semi-formal discussion at WORM, a vegetarian bar and event space in Rotterdam, ahead of the launch of the Dutch version of the American sociologist’s latest book Building and Dwelling. TExt Winy Maas, Rory Stott, photo Charly Kurz, Gangfeng Wang
 
 
 
 
Ceci n’est pas un parking
Balanced on the roof, the work by Block is a sign that draws attention to the building by Lacation & Vassal. Text Valéry Didelon, photo Philippe Piron
 
 
 
From propaganda to dialogue
The world’s biggest stadium – the Rungrado May Day Stadium in North Korea – is being given a new significance. Text and photo Oliver Wainwright
 
 
 
Instant megalopolis
From propaganda to dialogue
The world’s biggest stadium – the Rungrado May Day Stadium in North Korea – is being given a new significance. Text and photo Oliver Wainwright. Text, research, infographics by Rahul Mehrotra, Felipe Vera, Stefano Andreani
 
 
 
One photo at a time
The series “There Is Gas Under The Tundra” investigates the side effects of the exploitation of natural resources in the Russian Arctic. Photo Charles Xelot, presented by Raffaele Vertaldi
 
 
 
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